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Deep Thunder is a research project by IBM that aims to improve short-term local weather forecasting through the use of high-performance computing. It is part of IBM's Deep Computing initiative that also produced the Deep Blue chess computer.
Deep Thunder aims to provide local, high-resolution weather predictions customised to weather-sensitive business operations.. The project began as an outgrowth from a project designed to help provide accurate weather forecasts for the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games.. It is now headquartered at IBM's Thomas J. Watson Research Center.
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